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U GRANDE, UNION COUNTY, OREGON THURSDAY, JUNE 8. 1905
Ittu i 1st hoar befor the city
ooancll closed their session last night
bat they tamed oat large amount of
bnaloMi. All member were present
with the exception of council who
Fowler, who I in Portland. - , ' '
Under the head of comTnnlcatloas
was a message from Mayor Slater
which advised that the city prooeed to
declare the - bond of J L Cbrlatisn
forfeited a ft result of hia being con
victed In the ciroolt eoart for giving a
minor liquor. Also advising the city
to enforce the ordinance requiring prop
erty owners to remove all obstruct
ions over side walk. Also to take
up the matter of preparing ordinances
aaUctent to compel property owners to
comply with the cement walk ordi
nance. The mayor's message appeals
elsewhere. -v.- - . . i
4 W Soriber made proposition, or
rather, asked for sixty day option on
proposition to refund the present
bonded debt of the oity which amounts
to 30,000 bearing six per cent Interest
to five per cent bond This was re
lated to the way and mana ootnmtt
tee. i : ,:- ' - ,
The ooancll evidently did not take
kindly to the proposition of the Com
mercial Club' suggestion for an in
creased number of street lights and
voted naaminoasly to return tl e report
of the Commercial Club without oom
tnent. A petition was presented asking that
the water main be extended to the
olty park Befered to Water commit
- A petition was presented asking to
have the Gangloff addition with the
oxoeption of two blocks vacated.
A petition was presented acking to
have Mill rreek changed for a dlatance
of several blocks. ' Referred to street
An ordinance was . passed to the
second reading for the licensing of bi
cycles. It I tioutlul whether or not
tbi will become a law aa there was
considerable oppositiou manifest. . It
was referred to the street committee.
One ordinance did pass that will be
greeted by the public generally with
delight and that was providing for a
lioenae of $75 per quarter to be impos
ed upon all Palmsista, Clairvoyants
nod such. Licenses for. a shorter
period than one quarter, (three
month can not be granted. The fine
SILK SALE EXTKAORDINAKY
If If Forchc
Tki VmA Btnpes, snitftDie i r suk sKirts or waists, mese silks Bell Ti v .
I ne I ara in our stock for 85c to $ 1.25. Buy all you v ant this week "C Yard
Every yard of Silk
MISSES BUSTER BROWN DRESSES
Made from Chambray Ginhan, pleated and
neatly sUtclied, plenty of style J 1 Tf
and made for service ........ P'V
Practical Clothing Talk to Practical' ;
A suit is. not always a suit in the true sense of the word because it consists pf a coat vest
and Iroaeers. It takeb a truo artist, fortified with expert knowledge of every detail in the
process of manufacture from the time the wool leaves a sheep's tack until the finished gar
ment is offered the buying public, to produce an absolutely perfect garment Such expert
artibta are employed by A 11. Kirschbaum & Co., whose suits we handle. They are perfect
in fit, absolutely faultless in workmanship, and the cloth used enaranteed free : from any
imperfections. Otherwise money refunded. C, 'j... CO il in AA
SEE GUARANTEE IN V OUR WINDOW CpUltS pO.OU tO !f)ZUUU
for violation of tbe same can not.'ei
oeed fifty days In jail norss than 1100
As result those Itching palm will
not b displayed in the future as la
There was a protest filed to' establish
the grade oa 6th street and the matter
was refered to the street committee.
That regular semiannual petition
by tbe residents who reside aero the
track asking that the - railroad com
pany be compelled to provide different
means of disposing of their waste
water, was again filed last night and
tbe sstue old story was forth-coming
that the company was just cn tn eve
of adjusting Ibis matter. This bas
been ft nuisance for several years and
the company should be mads to reme
dy it. The conditions tbr are a
mensce to the health of this oity seve
ral months in each year.
' The Mayor recommended that tbe
city take steps to prevent Mr Bunt
from repairing bis building damaged
by tbe recent fire and to remove the
Tbe city recorder wa instructed that
owing to the lacl that tbe waters of
Mill creek was . failing, that the oity
will demand $200 for tbe next month
to furnish tbe O R & N with water.
Liquor lisoenses were granted t j C O
Rockwell, James Murphy, - Chris
Wright, Ulriob Lotf and J L Klein,
but refused to grant J L Cbriataioson
a license on tbe grounds covered in
the mayor message.; ; f , j
In the matter of tbe election of two
cooooilraeo- under the new oharter,
owing to tbe fact that there Is not ft
copy of the new charter yet published,
tbe exact provisions are not known
and tbe mayor was of the opinion tbat
it was not absolutely necessary for the
counsel to elect any, and in case they
did, tbeir action might complicate tbe
legality of the passage ol oidinanoe.
This will reoeive. consideration later.
bills "allowed ; ;
The following bills were on ths seve
0 W Stump, labor
$ 3 60
Ezra Campbell, lumber......
Joe 8mith, labor............
M Menniok labor.'. ,.,
Stoddard Lumber Co lumber.;
J M Berry Kdns.. I....
Mcbtinnis Bios lumber ......
are Cheaper than
Cotton Hero This Week
choice from a large assortment of fancy silks in atripea .
ks, plaids, chiffon Taffetas Gr narhnes and lace
in Our Stock at Reduced Prices this week
rr a m jm rr w
N Woods labor,... r." .
J A Weaver labor. . . . .. .. .
Adam frank labor. . T . . . .
Frank Barts labor.....'. ....T
H Belmer labor......;......
W Bynhorst labor.. .. .........
Chas Tali labor
J A Oliver labor.. ...... .. .
W Bart labor
Peter Nelson labor
F W Workman Ub.tr
8 Latager labor
F Bynborat Salary
F 0 Cinsey Ub r ..........
W Hammock labor
BW Miller labor,. ..........
La Grand Investment Co. . . .
V j GENERAL FUND
JLRsyborn fumigating.... f tt 50
OR Beits city engineer....... 207 51
W H RnhnontrnmM MiImi.
I Ed Harding pound master.
" 2 36
J D McKenoon wood
I W Faulk deputy Marshall. . .
F 8 Ivanhoa oity attorney. .. .
I R Snook . reoor ler . .........
J H McLschlen. . .V. ....... 1 ;
L Ray born marshal! . . . . . . . .
J H Child Inspeo'Ji g walks. . .
F P Cbilders dept it.anball.". .
E O Field night wio:iing. .'. .
StackUnd & MoLaoblea .....
AT Hill tndse. ...... ........
Miscellaneous ". . . ...
- WATER FUND .
La Grande Iron Works . . . . ..
Neal Wilson. ....... .........
R A Binbao. ...............
J Vanflest pumping. . . .
O V Cooiidge mdse. ... . '". . . . . ..
Geo Myers labor! . ..
G E Fowler hauling ..........
Continue') on page 5
By Sorlpps News Association ,
Salt Lake June 8 Tbe Wsatern Fe
deration of Miners today elected W A
Moyer president of tbe uuioo for tbe
nx year. ; Denver wss chosen aa ttj
next place to hold their convention
and the meeting will adjourn today.
Cha Leak labor
; ARE YOU LOOKING FOR
BARGAINS IN LADIES' HATS? V
Truly bargain values are the feature all over
out millinery denartment this week. You
will 84VR MONEY IF YOU GET YOUR
HAT HERE. -,
TALK OF PEACE !
; STILL! PREVAILS
-"" -i By Bcrlpps News Association
Toklo, Jon 8 General Oyama re
port aa foil: "On tbe morn'nt of
June 7th a body of Rusilsos cbauocd
npon Yan Pin Mm, bat I hey wr r
pnlsod and fi 1 in confusion to the
northeast. With the ezoedtlon of
skirmishes between the scoots, there
Is no ebang In th iltQation to report.
ANOTHER DEFEAT NEOESSAEY
Berlin Jan 8 The Qrmn foreign
n Tiy aaept ioai as to tb oat OOB30
of th present f ffort'. Th offlolsli
entertain ; h .rims held to
soma qusrtera that paoe at th pre
sent time may be brought ar prema
tare. Tney beliefs one raor crash
lag dttfuat on ths land will be
sary before ' the Kussians will mak
any peaoe overtures. v
Washington Jane 8 The Japanese
nd British arabsasadors b ith hsld a
onnfereiice with tbe President ' this
afternoon, boc declined to disouss the
Mihj tOI ol Mi interviews, . but admtt-
icd that H wi offloially. Th Presi
dent this afUrnoori received a - cable
gram from Ambassador . Mayer in
answer to his representation regard
ing peaoe. The oontents of the mes
sage hava been withheld. , .
OONDITION8 NOT TOO 8EVERE
8t Petersburg Jon 8 It is reported
upou good authority that ambassador
Meyers' audiance with tbe Emperor at
Tssrkos 8lo yesterday was preoeeded
by a family council at which a deois
sion was reached that peaoe was enter
tainable if Japan's condition were pot
too numerous. ''. v: ." '',
DIRECT TO ROOSVELT
. Vienna June 8 The New Free Press
published the report received from
Banker 8outh ol .Trieste saying tbat
the Czsr baa appealed direct to presi
dent Roosevelt asking him to mediate
between Russia and Japan.
" PEACE MOVEMENTS
Acting Secretary of State Loomls
oalled on the President todsr. It Is
believed that he handed th President
deciphered cable dispatch from Sad or
Meyer Keld with reference to peace
KEEP UP FIGHT
(By Sorlpp New Association) -Chicago.
Jan 8-Followin the fail
ure of th teamster nod amDlorera to
sgree on peace term, a special meet
ing oi lu Usm owner was called ' to
coDsidsr th qnestlon of dellverln to
boycotted firm. Chairman Rend, of
tbe team owner committse, said today
tbat b would arte th association to
begin immediate deliveries. . This
meens a look-oot of eiitht thoussnd
driver. President Shea annoanoed
tbi morning that th teamster expect
sd an addition of twenty two thoussnd
dollar to th strik fund, and tbat
hey wer prepared to keep op th
Boripp New Association
Tangier Morocco June 8 This aew
British ma ster Low bir today pre
sented bis cmlentlsls to tbe Saltan.
In addre-sing th 8ulUn be expressed
Himself as bsviag "earnest wishes for
th maintaioance of the power and
authority ol the ruler."
By 8cripp News Association .
Washington, Jan 8 The cruiser
Colombia arrived at Hampton Roads
today from Cartagena with United
8tatea minister Russel. who ha ' been
called from Bogsto to testify la the
Boweh-Loomls controversy. II will
arrive bar tomorrow, and at this time
th Investigation will b' continued
before 8oritary Tatt. .
(by ScrippsNew Assooittlon) '
Halifax, N C, Jon 8. A a result
of an plolon at tb lovernens coal
mine tbi morning, sixteen person
r known to b lojnrsd.
RUMORS OF A
(By Sorlpp News Association)
Wabloton. Jon 8. Ambassador
Jauerand oallsd upon th Prasldsnt
t nine thirty this morning It 1
believed tbat .h ha received a die.
patoh from hia Government as to th
attitude of Russia regarding peaoe.
. 'SHOULD A8K THE CZAR"
On leaving the . White hons Jus
serand refuted to be Interviewed and
upon being asked whether or not
Russia : had requested peace term
from Jspan replied "1 can say noth
ing, you should ask the Ciar."
- (BvBorlDnsNava AMnnUtinnt
Grand Rapid, Mloh., Jane 8 Two
hundred men and fifty team worked 1
night long etrengthanlng th dyk
which hold th back water from th
Wt aid of th river . The river i
rising steadily In th low Motion In
th north of th city, and It ' I being
rapidly (.submerged. Whole families
ar fleeing for safety. Th oity market
I flooded and tbe railroad bridge ar
lu danger. ' :
' Boripps News Association
Chicago June 8 The Federal Grand
Jury investigating the beef trust today
began a classifies ion of the testimony
with a view to supporting the various
Indictment which it is expected will
be returned. It is reported from Wash
ington tl at th attorney general ha
declined to interfere in th work ol
th grand jury, and that th lobby
sent to Washington by tbe p ckir.g
concerns failed to get any satisfaction.
It . is expeoted tbat the jury will be
ready to report the fl'ss of next ve k.
Will Not Disclose
; rJcri-r News Assrciution V i ,
Washluturi. June 8 -Searetary
Taft tbla moi iiing bad a conference
with the President regarding th
Rosso Japanese question, but tb sec
retary refuse to mak any statement
In regard to the matter.
Need have no part iu your summer J.uting, They aie '
easily avoided, aud at alight expense " K
NEWLIN'S CU LEM CREAM -
makes the tkin proof agninst weather conditions. It
both prevents and curesun burn, tan, freckles ard chaps.
It sootha the smart of sun burn, it takes away the redness
and prevents peeling. It relieve? prickly heat and cures '
-thebitesand stings of insects. It banishea tan and '
freckles by stimulating the skin functious lo the removal
cf excess coloring matter. '
i ;. Prica 25 cents'
'' Money back if it does not pi case you . ..
j newlin ;rMjGa - j
H EN RY
Lady asaistaLt. Cals
O J. 0. Henry. reaidence6C4 -
J. J. Oarr, residence 388;
By Scripps New Association
Johannesburg. Jan 8. A thounacd
Chinese employed In tbeCroesus ml
last nlgbt attacked th quarters where
th men were, wrecked th building
and maltreated the onion miners. One
was killed and aeveral were wounded .
Koripps News Association ;
St. Ptteraburg, June 8. The con.
gress of reprentativea of ths Zems
tovoand mayor of the provincial
towns, which Is in session cow at Mot-
cow despite tbe prohibitory, order of .
General Trepoff, , havo appointed a
delegatlnu to present to the Czar an
addrers praying for an immediate sum.
moulng of the represent at iv parlia
ment. ' - .
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To btiog ;i your laJy,
friend . or your wife
and family to .secure
the . best refreshments
' Y;;' ';vl' "
- The beat candy . ?
The beet Ice Cream "
The bout equpped candy
r;..- .;, store ; ''J. y ;,;
The best Soda Fountain
w in Eastern Oregon
answered day and night,-' t :
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